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Oral Language Development

Some of us believe that children learn oral language by imitating adults.  And this concedes with the Behaviorist Theory which was developed by Skinner (1992).  The theory states that children imitate adults and are motivated to use language.  297 more words

Early Childhood Development

Early Childhood Physical Development

The first three years in life are characterized for all the changes in the children’s physical abilities.  How can we help support the physical development in children? 226 more words

Early Childhood Development

Smart from the Start

Let’s face it. Toddlers are adorable, but they’re a pain in the kneecaps when you have to keep getting up to chase them. Like an overcaffeinated octopus in a waterpark, they get into EVERYTHING. 716 more words

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Homeschooling and Early Childhood: The Difficulty During the Magical Years

July, 2017

From knights to princesses, our younger children engage in numerous activities that involve imaginative-fantasy play, and sometimes they choose to do so during homeschool hours. 514 more words

Early Childhood Education in Africa

Economic inequalities and other forms of social deprivation in early childhood are closely linked to lower income and social disadvantage in adulthood. However, studies have shown that investing in early childhood education is a cost-effective strategy that can mitigate childhood disadvantage, producing higher rates of economic return for the individual person, community, and country. 83 more words

Early Childhood Development

10 Things To Do Before I Graduate College

Many people have bucket lists. They use them to talk about their lives and their ambitions. They are to document important things in a person’s life. 84 more words

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Winter Survival Tip 3: Toy Rotation

Even though the shortest day has officially passed and the days should be getting longer and warmer, it sure doesn’t feel like it where we live. 917 more words

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